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Social compensation, retraining, shorter working hours? : Citizen’s social policy priorities for the age of automation

Social compensation, retraining, shorter working hours? : Citizen’s social policy priorities for the age of automation

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BUSEMEYER, Marius R., Tobias TOBER, 2021. Social compensation, retraining, shorter working hours? : Citizen’s social policy priorities for the age of automation

@techreport{Busemeyer2021Socia-55181, series={Policy Papers / Cluster of Excellence 'The Politics of Inequality'}, title={Social compensation, retraining, shorter working hours? : Citizen’s social policy priorities for the age of automation}, url={https://www.progressives-zentrum.org/social-compensation-retraining-shorter-working-hours-citizens-social-policy-priorities-for-the-age-of-automation/?lang=en}, year={2021}, number={No. 08}, author={Busemeyer, Marius R. and Tober, Tobias} }

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